As conditions worsen in Eastern Ukraine, UNHCR steps up humanitarian aid.
Nikishino, Ukraine stands at the head of the list of destruction; yet within days of ceasefire people are back to start to rebuild.
In less than two months, more than five million people have been forced to flee Ukraine. To address growing needs, UNHCR is rolling out cash assistance in Ukraine and neighboring countries.
The Ukraine crisis has displaced an estimated 6.6 million people inside the country, and caused an additional 6.3 million to cross international borders.
The people who are helping on the ground in Ukraine and neighboring countries come from all different walks of life, but they share a common goal — to help people in need.
Just over a month since the start of the war, more than 4 million refugees from Ukraine have crossed borders seeking safety in neighboring countries.
As we reflect on the first 100 days of the crisis in Ukraine, take a moment to see how UNHCR, with generous donor support, is protecting families on their journeys to safety.
Tamara and Sveta are internally displaced in Nikolaevka, Ukraine, a poor place of 16,000 inhabitants, long ravaged by unemployment.
With the crisis in Ukraine entering its first winter, UNHCR is racing to help the most vulnerable displaced people cope with harsh winter conditions.
Tension in Ukraine has displaced an estimated 10,000 civilians and added that the number of people affected is continuing to rise.
Berklee College of Music is hosting a live musical event to raise awareness and funds for those displaced by conflict inside Ukraine.
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Karolina Lindholm Billing, UNHCR’s Representative to Ukraine, speaks to a press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva on the situation in Ukraine one month into the crisis.
Fighting in eastern Ukraine is creating new displacement and pushing the number of registered internally displaced people close to the 1 million mark.
In just one week, more than one million people have fled from Ukraine into neighboring countries and hundreds of thousands have been internally displaced.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is gravely concerned about the fast-deteriorating situation and ongoing military action in Ukraine.
According to new findings published today by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, the majority of refugees from Ukraine hope to return home as soon as possible.
Security Council Briefing by Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, on the situation in Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, USA for UNHCR’s staff, donors and partners have helped deliver lifesaving humanitarian assistance and protection to displaced Ukrainian families.
Joint statement by UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on unaccompanied and separated children fleeing Ukraine.
From overflowing donation centers near the border to offers of transport and accommodation around the country, Poles offer a warm welcome to people from Ukraine forced to flee.
The crisis in Ukraine is set to become Europe’s largest refugee crisis this century, and UNHCR is mobilizing resources to respond as quickly and effectively as possible.
With nearly 2 million people forcibly displaced within Ukraine, UNHCR and its partners are responding to the dire humanitarian needs with shelter and other forms of aid.
USA for UNHCR Director of Private Sector Partnerships, Lacey Stone, visited a UNHCR-led Blue Dot center in Warsaw, Poland where refugees fleeing Ukraine are provided with vital services.
Cash assistance is allowing refugees from Ukraine to make their own decisions about what they need most after arriving in Poland and other countries in the region.